3D-Printed Cocktails Could Be Coming To A Bar Near You

3D-Printed Cocktails Could Be Coming To A Bar Near You
Food & Beverage

A new robotic process creates a unique drink structure in just 60 seconds

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 21 september 2016

Developed by Benjamin Greimel at the University of Arts and Design Linz in Austria, Print a Drink is a 3D printing method that creates intricate structures inside drinkable liquids.

The process uses a KUKA industrial robot to inject microliter drops of liquid into a cocktail, combining technology with design. The ingredients used in the technique are being kept a secret for now, meaning it’ll be difficult for casual observers to replicate Print a Drink’s method.

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